The first comprehensive handbook on the seeds of trees and shrubs produced by the USDA Forest Service was USDA Misc. Pub. 654, Woody-Plant Seed Manual. The manuscript was ready for publication in 1941, but World War II delayed publication until 1948. The boom in tree planting in the 1950s and 1960s created a large demand for seeds and exposed the gaps in our knowledge concerning production and quality of seeds of woody plants in general. The 1974 Handbook proved to be very popular both in this country and abroad, leading to five printings and translations in several other languages. More than a quarter-century after its publication, however, numerous advances in tree seed technology have dictated that a new revision is needed; the result is the current volume. Part I contains information on how to get seeds and raise seedlings.It is most common several weeks after anthesis, when pollination has not occurred, but can also result from damage from ... but some preliminary data suggest a range of about 10 to 15% for sweetgum, green ash, and boxelder (Acer negundoanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Woody Plant Seed Manual Part I|
|Author||:||Franklin T. Bonner, Robert P. Karrfalt|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2015-05-13|